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It’s a Long Way to the Top: Glossary of Ski Lifts

by Eric Wagnon

Going downhill is the really fun part of skiing, but the uphill part of the equation makes more vertical feet downhill possible. While chairlifts may be the classic type of ski lift, they are just one way to get high…. Read More →

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Best Prices For Early Season Snowboarding & Ski Lessons

by Dave Belin

The winter season is approaching in the Northern Hemisphere, and unless you spent the summer in New Zealand or Chile (or at Liberty Mountain Snowflex Park), you probably haven’t experienced the feeling of sliding on snow for 7 or 8… Read More →

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Liftopia Weekly Goods: Oct. 6, 2014

by RoseAnne Moises

You know that white stuff that we all love to ski and ride on? Well, whether you prefer it made by the hand of Mother Nature or by powerful, high-tech snowmaking systems, plenty of it is already being seen at ski resorts… Read More →

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More Ticket Options on Liftopia = More Flexibility on the Slopes

by Katie Kearsey

You spoke.  We listened. We surveyed 10,000 Liftopia customers last spring, and you told us you wanted more flexible lift ticket options. We worked hard all summer, and we’re excited to introduce Value, Value Plus and Flexible tickets!  These new… Read More →

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Liftopia Weekly Goods: Sept. 29, 2014

by RoseAnne Moises

Counting down the days? You’re not alone! To help you kick off the 2014/15 season with an early start, here’s a run down of some of the projected ski area opening dates across North America. Better yet… If you book… Read More →

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Steamboat Resort Guide

by Heather Balogh

Flaunting Western hospitality and copious amounts of Champagne Powder®, Steamboat Ski Resort is one of the penultimate Colorado ski towns. Not only will the tree skiing excite the most adventurous powder hound, but the mountain is also ranked as one… Read More →

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Resorts Encourage Kids To Get To The Slopes With Great Lift Ticket Prices

by Patrick Thorne

With an ageing population, ski areas know that it’s vital to get children involved in snowboarding and skiing if our sport is to live, thrive and survive in the long term. One of the challenges ski resorts face is how… Read More →

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5 Ski Resort Beer Festivals Not to Miss

by Erika Wiggins

Skiers dig beer. So it’s no surprise that a number of beer festivals are held at ski resorts. Most in the summer and fall, but occasionally one pops up while there’s snow still on the ground. Personally I love the… Read More →

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Six Of The World’s Best Sights In Skiing

by Patrick Thorne

The most important thing when going on a ski vacation is, of course, the skiing (or the boarding, if you’re that way inclined). Then there’s the weather, the snow, the scenery, the dining, the locals, the atmosphere, and the fun. … Read More →

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How It Works: Snowmaking 101

by Dave Belin

Snowmaking is essential to keeping the slopes white and skiable during the winter months. It supplements natural snow, gets trails and terrain open more quickly in the early part of the season, and helps extend the season, on both the… Read More →